The bloom starts in the seed

If Photios is correct and the Filioque is as serious a matter as he claims, then what can we say about Western society, which is historically based on the theology which produced the Filioque?
Philip Zymaris

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8 thoughts on “The bloom starts in the seed

  1. do you go or did you go to a bulgarian church? i think i used to talk to you on there. i recognize your picture.

  2. YES! i completely remember you. i used to talk to you all the time on there-i was the girl who said she wanted to meet an orthodox sheep farmer who could make hummus or something like that. i don’t even remember what i said. do you remember me? how funny that we “ran” into each other again.

  3. YES! i completely remember you. i used to talk to you all the time on there-i was the girl who said she wanted to meet an orthodox sheep farmer who could make hummus or something like that. i don’t even remember what i said. do you remember me? how funny that we “ran” into each other again.

  4. Yes, I remember you, how could I forget some crazy girl obsessed with sheep hearders? ;) …and besides I only talked to a few people on there. …the world of Orthodoxy in America is indeed small.

  5. Yes, I remember you, how could I forget some crazy girl obsessed with sheep hearders? ;) …and besides I only talked to a few people on there. …the world of Orthodoxy in America is indeed small.

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